There’s always something to be thankful for. We are counting our blessings this fall and those blessings include you.
The team at Turquoise Place is working hard to welcome you back after Hurricane Sally. We’re excited that we’ll be reopening just in time to welcome you back for the holidays! It’s one more reason we’re feeling more thankful than ever this year. Thankful for our wonderful guests and owners. Thankful for our supportive community and amazing construction crews. Thankful for our dedicated team members who’ve taken on new roles and new wardrobes! Hard hats at the beach never looked so good! And, we’re thankful for the chance to rebuild today, so we can all beach again tomorrow beginning Nov. 22 at Turquoise Place.
Together, we’ll make this fall a season of thankfulness and come back next year bigger and beach-ier than ever.
Be the first to get back to the beach at Turquoise Place when we reopen to guests on Nov. 22. However, do know that everything won’t be back to normal just yet, all amenities will not be available and the resort will still be undergoing construction and recovery. For in-depth details on what to expect, please follow our updates on the Hurricane Sally Recovery page.
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Our Favorite Crew
We’ve traded our sun hats for hard hats and our hammocks for hammers to rebuild your favorite home away from home. Check out these photos of the Turquoise Place team hard at work (but don’t laugh at our hat hair).
Share the Love!
Show the world your beach love has no limits with a fun “I ❤️ Orange Beach” Facebook photo frame. Now you can have Gulf Coast flair, anywhere and show your support while we work hard to welcome you back.
Thankful Thoughts from Toby
Toby the Turtle misses his favorite campers! While we’re recovering for you, the kids can still have fun with Toby! Your favorite resort mascot is here with fun holiday-themed activities and crafts to keep the kids entertained at home (so add some peace and quiet to the top of your thankful list).
Top 6 Things We’re Thankful for at Turquoise Place
If there’s one thing we can all agree on, it’s that 2020 has been an eventful year. While most of us may feel like we’ve gone through the ringer this year, we realize that there is so much to be thankful for. As we prepare for our reopening to guests on Nov. 22, we’re taking time to reflect on the unique challenges and the year, most especially Hurricane Sally, and what we are most grateful for at Spectrum Resorts and Turquoise Place.